Dossey, MD, Author of The One Mind, says...
Julie Beischel is a courageous, innovative pioneer who has brought
immense respectability to a controversial area. If you think modern
science has proved beyond doubt the finality of physical death,
think again. Dr. Beischel's research with mediums strongly suggests
that our destiny is not as morbid as we've been led to believe.
research points like an arrow to an aspect of consciousness that
survives. Her contribution is huge, because throughout human history
the terror of death's finality has caused more suffering than all
the physical diseases combined. The research in Among Mediums helps
annul this fear. This book, then, is about hope, which in our materialistic
age has been in short supply.
the telling, Beischel has established a new genre: science-and-humor.
said writing about dead people has to be morose and gruesome? Chesterton
said, 'It is a test of a good religion whether you can make a joke
about it.' Perhaps it should be a test of good science, too. If
so, Beischel passes the test with high marks. Be prepared to laugh.
This, dear reader, is science writing at its best."
Loyd Auerbach , MS, Atlantic University & JFK University, says...
to read and understand and with a light-hearted touch, Among Mediums
is a wonderful introduction to the application of science to a human
experience that is thousands of years old yet which has been ignored
or dismissed by most of the scientific community. I highly recommend
this book for anyone interested in mediumship, in the mounting evidence
for life after death, in the very real potential for mediums in
the grieving process, and in how science can be applied to the so-called
Ginsberg, Vice-president, Forever Family Foundation, says...
Beischel has managed to unlock many of the mysteries surrounding
mediumship and explain the common misconceptions about the process.
Perhaps even more important than the scientific research are her
queries about its implications and how the knowledge can be used
for the betterment of humanity."
Radin, Senior Scientist at the Institute of Noetic Sciences
Beischel and her team at the Windbridge Institute have joined a
unique group of scientists over the past century who have studied
mediums -- people who claim that they communicate with the deceased.
Unlike many scientists who assume that this topic is either not
amenable to scientific inquiry or not worth the effort, Beischel's
team has taken on the challenge in a serious and rigorous way, and
the results of their efforts are intriguing. While the jury is still
out with regard to scientific 'proof' of survival of consciousness,
something interesting is definitely going on.
What makes this
short book a real treat, especially for those who wonder if science
has anything to say at all about the question of survival after
bodily death, is the first-person glimpse of how claims of mediumship
can be scientifically studied. The ebook is easy to read with Beischel's
sense of humor liberally sprinkled throughout the text, making it
both authoritative and accessible."